[campylobacter jejuni enteric infections in rosario]. 19853842471
[enteropathogenic microorganisms in children with acute diarrhea in 2 hospitals of rosario, argentina].as part of a multicenter collaborative study the relative frequency of enteropathogenic agents in children less than 5 years of age with acute diarrhea was determined. rates of isolation were similar as regards sex, age, and season. the frequency of polymorphonuclear cells (pmn) in the stools was significantly higher among patients requiring admission in comparison with ambulatory patients. enteropathogenic e. coli (epec) was isolated more frequently in that group in comparison with outpatients ...19938201910
species and serovars of enteropathogenic agents associated with acute diarrheal disease in rosario, argentina.we report the most frequent species and serovars of enteropathogenic organisms in rosario from 1985 to 1993. enteropathogenic escherichia coli was the most prevalent agent affecting 144/570 (25.2%) children; 0111 represented 41.8%, 055: 13.6%, 0119: 12.7%. among enterotoxigenic e. coli (etec) the most frequent were etec-st 0128:h21 and 0153:h45. shigella spp were isolated in 8.8%; s. flexneri: 7%, principally type 2 (59.5%); s. sonnei: 1.6%, and s. dysenteriae type 2: 0.2%. campylobacter spp wer ...19968762632
[prevalence of the bacteria causing diarrea in a rosario hospital, argentina].bacterial agents causing diarrea in patients attended in a hospital of rosario, argentina. the frequency of bacterial agents causing diarrhea can vary in patients of different areas, and through the time. in an epidemiological surveillance we studied 304 patients with diarrheal diseases looking for salmonella enterica, shigella spp, campylobacter spp, aeromonas spp, yersinia enterocolitica, and diarrheogenic escherichia coli. c. jejuni was isolated in 30 patients (9,9 %), salmonella in 18 (5,9 % ...200617639815
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